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Thomson TG582n Wireless N Multi-User ADSL2+ Router

by Thomson

Price: £36.66
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  • Operating Temperature - 0 to 40 °C
  • Number of LAN Ports - 4 port(s)
  • WAN Protocols - RJ-11 DSL line port for ADSL/POTS or ADSL/ISDN
  • Product Type - Network Router
  • AC Input Voltage - 100 to 240 VAC
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Technical Details
BrandThomson
Item Weight5 g
Product Dimensions12.6 x 16 x 2.5 cm
Item model numberTG582n Pro
  
Additional Information
ASINB009AP025O
Best Sellers Rank 101,712 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight599 g
Date First Available14 Sep 2012
  
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Product Description

Home networking experience will definitely change with the Technicolour TG582n. With an improved coverage and throughput compared to any 11b/g or 1x1 11n access point (from 54 to 65 Mbps), the Technicolour TG582n doubles the bandwidth and improves the link stability, coverage and coexistence with other access points in the neighbourhood. The Technicolour TG582n is a high performant router: with a simultaneous operation of 802.11b, 802.11g and 802.11n 2x2, speed, security and performance are guaranteed. Fea

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. dean on 19 Feb 2013
Previously I had a Netgear DG834G (6 years), very good router no quibbles, so this review is based upon a comparison of my previous router. As nothing else has changed (same house, cable, computers, ISP etc this is a good test I believe)

The Netgear is/was a highly regarded device and I have 20+ IP devices, so this router has big shoes to fill.

First the plus points
1. Compact router and power supply, very simple and un-obtrusive

2. The ADSL speed is fantastic, previously in ADSL speed test the Netgear extracted between 5 to 8MB, this new router have improved this to between 15 to 16MB. I can't complain.

3. The router supports ADSL auto/remote config protocol (TR-64,069,98 and 111), so as long as your ISP supporting this it is just a matter if plugin and powering up

4. Wireless signal is fine; the router support Wireless BG and N. Wireless G easily matches that of the Netgear.

5. The command line interface is pretty good; I will explain why this is important or relevant

The negatives
1. Sorry no simple way of saying it but the GUI is consumer oriented and for people wanting to configure advanced settings it is crap, you can get it to do stuff but it is (for me) slow and is over simplified, in fact you have to use the command line to reserve an IP address by MAC address.

Really tempted in using this router as a ADSL modem and using OpenWrt cable router, so I get the best of both.

Anyway I'm currently using this router and everything is fine. It has pulled through 100GB per month with a mix of clients, including a constant VPN connection as I work from home.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Lawrence on 17 Mar 2014
Last week I dumped my old ISP and changed to a new one, and they supplied me with this modem. I must say that the TG582n modem is not a bad device, it is easy to set up (possibly because it came pre-installed) and I was able to connect my son's laptop and my android tablet wirelessly without any problems. Connecting my NAS via an ethernet cable gave me less problems than I anticipated and my desktop PC gave me no trouble at all.

However, I later found out that the wi-fi signal strength, from this modem, was not as strong as I expected and I could no longer use my android tablet upstairs, my TG582n is in my ground floor living room. My previous modem, the TG587n v2, with it's two external aerials, was brilliant at reaching all parts of my house whereas the TG582n, with no external aerials, can only service the ground floor areas.

My verdict, good modem, shame about the weak wi-fi.

Update:

Believe it or not, I have managed to increase the range of this machine's wi-fi, I just put it on a small (router) box I had and now I have a strong signal in my upstairs bedroom. I still cannot get a usable signal in other upstairs parts of my house, as I could with the TG587n v2, but at least the important part of my home is now covered.
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By J Taylor on 14 May 2014
This came 'free' when I changed ISP from TalkTalk to Plusnet. I had issues with the first router supplied with frequent dropouts, so Plusnet sent a replacement. I had issues connecting 2 laptops via wifi, so called Plusnet's tech support; apparently the wifi settings on my laptops were not compatible with the router. I also had issues connecting my mobile to wifi and don't even mention wifi printing. I have now figured out how to use the TalkTalk router and all is well; the Plusnet router is stashed at the back of a cupboard which, apart from putting it in the bin is the best place for it!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gary on 12 Feb 2013
Our old modem router packed up (getting 12.5mbs)WiFi and got this as replacement, has no ariel and looks awful, very tacky to say the least, resonably easy to set up, creates several folders marked up on computer dont know what they are for and no explaination either,Well our internet speed dropped to 9.4mbs WiFi slower than an old netgear that can manage 11.5 mbs but not WiFi, this box can still only manage 9.5 mbs non WiFi also,so conclusion is WiFi bit is very good only the modem bit is rubbish , have just ordered one from TP Link hopefully this will put our speed up to 14mbs like we used to have a few weeks ago , although this wasnt WiFi. cannot recomend this product to any one will be phoning be for explaination maybe ours is faulty who knows still we wont ask for replacement.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PoxyPig on 10 Jun 2013
After switch on this router spends what seems like hours (actually about 5 mins) before its lights settle down and it decides it is online. As even my Windows XP setup boots in about 1½ mins an extra 3½ mins is very annoying and it is an even longer wait if you use Ubuntu as I sometimes do.
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